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Page 6-The Journal Opinion.November 17, 1982 N FAIR00 '" " John Tracy, delegate from weekend at Syracuse the Vermont Firefighter's University, Syracuse, N.Y., on Association was a guest of the Nay. 6-7. Their son Geoffrey is Fairlee Fire Department at their November meeting on Thursday evening. Mrs. Dorothy Dooley, Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher, and Mrs. a freshman there. They visited their son Gilbert, who is a student at RPI in Troy. There must he some fine jumpers at the Elementary Ruth McCarty attended the School as they earned $982 for World Community Day Jump Rope for Heart Fund. meeting Friday, Nov. 5 at Our The top jumper was Michelle Lady of Perpetual Help in Stone who turned in over $450. 'Bradford. A delicious tea was The highest-ranking team, served, consisting of Michelle Stone, Doris Bradish and Patricia Jeanette Champagne, Jerry Fay, of Long Island, N.Y., Fowler and Yvonne Stone spent several days with Mr. earned just under $600. and Mrs. Steven Belles and Everyone who jumped family recently, received a certificate stating Leland Chapman, Mr. and they had participated. Anyone Mrs. Thoman Wilcox, David who earned over $25.00 Piper, and Herman Piper received a tee shirt and hat. have been turkey hunting in The top group received duffle the Pawlet area. David was hags. Three cheers for these lucky with two and Herman youngfolksl with one. Dr. and Mrs. James Watt Mrs. Ellen Bagley and Mrs. have returned from visiting David Colby visited friends in their eldest daughter and Douglas, Mass., Nov. 6 and 7. family, the Ors. Lennox and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Frances Baker and daughters, Varney attended parent's Sarah, Margaret, and Carol, Mrs, Esther Johnson WELL I[VER 333-9704 in Norfolk, Va. A long Wells River weekend was spent at the CougregationalChurch Baker's Ski Lodge in Win- Sharon Wilson, Director of tergreen, Va., just off the Blue Volunteer Services, of the Ridge Highway. While there, Waterbury State Hospital Mrs. Watt celebrated her 75th gave an interesting and in- birthday, formative presentation at the Mr. and Mrs. Milton White, October meeting of the of Bradford, and Mr. and Mrs. Women's Fellowship at the Keith Farnham, of Natick, Wells River Congregational Mass. have returned from a Church. The Holiday Fair was motor-home trip through the a huge success on Nov. 6. west. They were accompanied Chairman for the event was by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madeline Eastman. These in Shumway and Mr. and Mrs. charge of the attractive tables Paul Leclair, of Marlboro, were: Louise Rowden, Agnes Mass. They visited Phoenix Bailey, Mary Dole, Mary and the Grand Canyon, Ariz., Rowe, Jeanette Masten, Bryce Canyon and Zion Martha White, Esther Hin- National Park, Utah and Las man, and Dorothy Davidson. Vegas, Nevada. The annual "Apple Sunday The Harvey C. Oliver Post Service" was held on Oct. 24. No. 8504 hosted a district The Advent Workshop will be meeting of the V.F.W. Oct. 31. Montpelier, Wells River, assistant state coordinator for Barre, and Randolph were the Safety Driver among the posts represented. Improvement Program in Mrs. Hazel Flanders, past Vermont has received official president of the Vermont notice from Washington that Teacher's Association and, for she has been appointed state the past two years, an coordinator. Beth Nelson PIERMONT ' '" 757-3429 Veterans Day of his memories of convoy and prepared the turkeys for core and find held Nov. 28. On Friday night Nov. 12, the responsibility in seeking out the showing, smelled just Sunday School has begun Piermont Historical Society German submarines. The VlPs The fifth and with Glenda Emery joining gave three of our veterans a observations of these three Volunteers in Piermont (the have a bulletin the staff as primary teacher, place to speak of their represented the 56 who served school support group) had a made up of their There will be a Community memories of World War II; in World War II from Pier- successful car wash at Stop terrestrial Thanksgiving service on Nov. the friends and enemies who merit and all these of other and Save on Saturday Nov. 6. students 24 at the St. Luke's Episcopal lived and died and their hopes wars. A tape recording was This was followed with a on them. A lot Church in Woodsville with the and fears for the future, made and is available at the meeting on Monday. are going to Rev. Mark Demers of the Bill Simpson, program library. Basketball uniforms were various Croton Methodist Church as chairman, dedicated the Christmas Bazaar designated as a first use for from Mrs. speaker, Mary Rowe will evening as a tribute to all The Women's Fellowship the money raised, musicians receiV direct a combined choir, veterans.., those who died, held their annual Christmas Individually volunteers are instruments this Blue Mountain who live in our veterans Bazaar at the town hall this involved or preparing to be The seventh Union School hospitals and the disabled. Saturday. Chairman Kay involved in a number of school graders are Parent-teacher conferences Reverend Robb's sharing of Wescott wished to thank all activities. Please contact prints in art were held last week at Blue thoughts defined the past and those who contributed to its Principal Skip Barrett if you coming Mountain on Thursday and eloquent prayer presented the success. Her appreciation was have any questions or wish to The Friday. A Christmas Bazaar, hope that all men can become for all these who donated he involved, started to make Book Fair, a table alerting armies of peace. Bill Stimpsun items, those who worked that PiermontViliage Christmas presenU parents to the PIC then spoke of the training that day and those who came and School News tell you any Organization, an FFA Display makes a civilian a soldier, the bought. The money raised by Reporters-- Susan Belyea we would be by Mrs. Moody and her Ag death, hatred, and anger that the Fellowship is used in the JessicaJoCoburn secrets! Class, and a student Art makes a soldier a veteran, and church and throughout the Tracy Mouahan Susan Belyca is Display were also presented in the difficulty of building a life community when needs arise. Grades one through four had grader who plays the BMUS hallway at this afterward. 4-H a fantastic time at the Man- very well. Jessica time. Coffee and doughnuts Charles Morrill spoke of his On Thursday 4-H boys and tshire Museum this past is new to our and gingerbread were also involvement in the Battle of girls under the leadership of Tuesday. They saw a dinosaur collects "Smurfs" served in the library where the Bulge. He saw the Bruce Stevens and Jane movie and they learned how to also just got a many gathered, destruction of German cities Slayton climbed Bradford's make fossils out of el,, ,rt, ov Tracy Monahan News Briefs and spoke of the crime that is Wright's Mountain. The trip also looked at the tree'exhibit grader and the Mrs. Virginia McLean was war. He also spoke of the irony was part of the Outdoor and found out which trees the school store. seated in office Monday night that the countries we defeated Awareness activity that is insects like. Students were horseback riding. as vice grand of the I.O.O.F. were rebuilt by us to become being offered this year. surprised to smell one tree lodge at Laconia, N.H. She is our economic rivals. Elwin The Cloverbloom 4-H Club the daughter of the late Edna Bonett, a naval veteran spoke had its organizational meeting Cushing of this town. this past Saturday. A slate of N. HAVEHILL '""' Marceila Hoffman senior and junior officers was Congratulations to Roe Moulton of WWOITH 764-5795 elected. Seniors are President McVanolds, recipient of the Maine and Arising about midnight Naegaeli, who arrived last Sarah French, Vice President Mary Lee Ware trophy, spikehorn buck. Saturday to take care of her Sunday has been a student at Cathy Coulter, and Susan presented by the Putnam got a doe in New cat, Sherry King saw flames Wagner College where she is Wescott Secretary-Treasurer. Agricultural Foundation, for Twleve met streaming from the office of interested in Experiments in Juniors are President Amy distinguished service to Haverhill Senior King's Lumber Co., on Buffalo International Living. She will Winot, Vice President Alice agriculture and rural cam- Nov. 8 at the Road. The local firemen remain here until Nov. 21. She Wllkins, and Susan Belyea munitylife, the program Edith assisted by men from Warren wants to perfect her English Secretary-Treasurer. The Jeff Page of No. Haverhill, a slide-cassette and Rumney were able to as her ambition is to be a girls made activity selections Nancy HehreofHaverhill, and covering Alaska confine the blaze to the office translator, among sewing, cooking, arts Richard Rice of Bath have Luray Caverns, and garage. They saved two Helen Brown is con- and crafts, crocheting, and returned from Louisville, Ky., Conery, Clyde filing cabinets and a few valescing after surgery at outdoor awareness, where they participated inthe were minor articles. A computer Cottage Hospital. Abigail and Ai Metcalf NationalDairy Quiz Bowl. We hear that was lost. A number of the men Mrs. Oscar Kepler of attended the state turkey Karolee Henson's family, berlain is pretty remained until daylight. The Meredith was the guest of her competition in Belmont on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haupt, getting his cause of the fire is thought to brother, George Evers, over Saturday. Abigail took first KristieandKevinoRandolph doe. have been of an electrical the weekend, place at the heginnerlevel. Ai spent Sunday Nov. 7 with the Ollie and Doris nature. Ruth and Andrew Sergeant received a blue ribbon in the Everett Hensons to help Rick Durham, Ct., spent Miss Nan Butra, a candidate and son Andy of Claremont experienced class. Both observe his birthday. Everett with Doug for the position of minister at spent several days this week winners had raised, dressed and Rick also oined Bob the Wentworth with George and Pare Cure- Congregational Church, will mings. .... preach there Sunday morning Kevin Brown celebrated his Threshold Instil Ne Nov. 21. on Monday evening first birthday with a party at ue ws  church members will meet to the home of his grandparents, vote onherappointment. Velma and Alfred Brown. W. CORINTH: It is with public for the analysis of The notice about Family Night, a cooperative Helping with the festivities unparalleled pleasure that we phenomenon. Anyone who has Channel 5 venture by the Webster were Diane, Joyce, and announce the syndication of had a particularly intriguing landed on Lezure Library and the town parents, Dennis Hudson; Kim, Kent the West Corinth news. The Threshold experience may visit with PUPPET WORKSHOP--Bob Hlggtns conducted a week. This program was sponsored by the Orange is proving popular. On Family and KevinBrown. column has been received send it to us c-o Eleanor puppet workshop for Newlmry Elementary School last East Arts Program. night various films are shown Ten deer were taken this with such enthusiasm by avid Burroughs, and it will he fully East from seven 'til nine at the week in the area. Registered JO readers, that we have analyzed inthiscolumn, have been in this vestry of the Congregational at Bud's Country Store are: a decided to make it available to This has been a quiet week since the llmmlUmlllmmmnllmmimlliBllmllllllllmmllll Church. This week, the films 5-point 113 lb. buck by John weekly newspapers nation- in West Corinth. With to West Corinth i The: wr)RD SE'E"T] I to be shown are: The Wyeth Conrad of Pike ; a h-point187 wide. darkness coming shortly after Corinth, though i Phenomenon, You're Darned lb. buck by RichardSoeinch of Initial response has been lunch, as it now does, we are they are in neithe[ Tootin, and one other surprise Nashua; an 8 pt. 169 lb. buck slow, but there have been spending more time indoors the inaccuracy, ur k ! film. by George Westcoat of inquiries from the Biloxi and looking toward the skies It hascometoo Weekly Shopper, The for the winds of change. Snow that village resideP iillnia/ Iqlll - -III LII I l/lmUml i0000ame ! Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wright Manchester; a 531b. dooby Ottumwa Twinstate Mall flurries so far have appeared, G. Perdueis the.aU have returned from a six-week Randy Silverberg of West- News, and the Paramus but not amounted to much. We new book entitled TM i v n WOIID SEEK u i friendsVaCatin andtriP" relativesTheY visitedin hernbyminster'Mass'; a 1181b. spikeTed NutterofOrford; Pennysaver. We hope soon have been blessed with a Aesthetic Rational l _ - Helen Brock I traveled through the mid-west of Salem, Conn.; a 7 pt. buck papers "welcome to the Preparations are underway Carlton Press in l VOgeUIblB$ LAST WEEK'S WINNER I Gloversville, N.Y. and then a 76 lb. buck by Ralph Timpe be saying to these and oth warm fall. published recentlY With this announcement, we promises to be the bright spot The book is a st m R H A Q A E V I D N E 0 V P 0 0 W E N X i East Corinth, Vt : as far south as Texas, by Richard Pescinsky of Thholdlnstitute." for Thanksgiving, which City. "v U E S F O O W I " 1 Louisiana, Alabama and Franklin; an Spt. 1531b. buck feel it only appropriate to in an otherwise grey classical philosOl I p 3" N S R A P B H O T C 3" L R A G T ]1 mn Florida before returning home by Wayne Forrest of Warren; reveal a few never-before November. Many of the ancient Greece, '= E R F X C S A L S 3" F Y N H P L L M I [[ to Wentworth. a 5pt. 117 lb. buck byLeland published details of the in- critical detailsoftheday, such Persia as they in t Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Smith Reed, Rumney; and a 6 pt. 115 stitute. Nestled in the foothills as where we will eat and what role of women iv A H R A N 3" J U X D A F V Q C E Id E II _--,at J,. ...,, 11118'1][ I and Violet Washburn had lb. buck by Steven Spencer of of West Corinth, itisasmall will be served are heing left to According to a P. I N C Z S R D L H U M O Z G L E W P Y  w[a] [lli f,#'-" [] supper with Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Rumney. institute, but there are those the last minute to allow for a note, "It is the 11 I u A P P o T D 0 N W L H C K L V S C [ "- . _4= ml I' irr --- Hobbs Saturday night. Registered at Miller's wholoveit, lt was founded as genuine element of surprise, credible original Mr. and Mrs. George General Store in Rumney is a a means to study those Lena Corti of Cassville has religion of love, w 1 T N Q A C K 3" N C A B B A G E L H P II il wttn q,00,.vv n Cummings have as their guest Opt. 1751b. buck by Richard rarefied phenomenon that not visited this month, reason. Itisafemir i M I B R V K W C I C X R Y G R U A A-" 1.Iv - [] Miss Regina Naegaeli of Rio Borger of Wentworth. de Janeiro, Brazil. Miss consciousness. They are most Corinth hasn't either, and advocates a P I J P E A P C H A H E O K R A Y O L R[[  I hover beyond the reach of Rebecca Stanley of East that argues wane i H S Q G Q L S R .J 0 V R H D B T L S []  '- A    1 often encountered during the Anniek Leymarie has spent functional, peace _ S B 3" U L W A R Q J K L B S X A O Lu ]I/' 1  I moments when we are falling much of her free time away ordered world in wl [[ I Y X S E T U O C N A E B G O bl T E i []  , U,   - asleep and waking up. Long from her teaching job at live as whole h u i ' i D B A H R G Q T D 3- E N Y /I T O H Y I & = .,f I havepique, thesethe intellectPehnmennof the FreeOxboWwi]linsulatingchurch.thesheWallScom- of harians."and not like beas ..   K A R  S P T T C T K T  T T, P Hn :-_ =-- --' ''--" UU  j& @ worlds collective un- pletedthejobltstweekend. Perdue, the  [[ R O N T O N K A V G E I" F E T S F R m _ _ I  conscious. And long havethey The editors of the news Edward Perdue, w succeeded in evading suc-cooperative would like to Atchison, Kan.sas n v s K E S E C U Z Z E L a S O R A U * Donate it to pour church _u ......  cessfuimalysis, correct a small error from the was rained _m,,._ n B H 3- R G 0 C 3- F Z R E P E P I * Or the Cucumber Fund II  00ii:= The institute is oven to the town news of two weeks ago. vermont, andtmn mM U S T A R D J T P I N R U T Y U Am -- I"* II II I . Buy a presem i [] Answer,: Artichoke, Asparagus, Bean, Beet, i * Buy school supplies i . ,.. '  : Broccoli, Cob.i.e, Carrot, Cole[y, Ch,ve, 1 , You can buy a meal i ,: ,::if/ --:: " E. COB]N]'H . .. s ' :  !:. '.i e r. JIll]rib Mrs. Amy Barnes of Barre Alice Hood and Miss Everdene Have a Good D UCorn Cress Endtve, Garlnc, Kale, lOOK, l "" " " :L  fi'  who has been visiting Mrs. Hood Thursday afternoon. , calendar inserts, is l Lentil, Lettuce, Mustard, Okra, Onion, Pars- i "k XOU can o_uv.a p.lzza i  ' J :  Nellie Flanders in the Pike Mr. and Mrs. Jack Butler month at the Zast ( I Icy, Parsnio, Pea, Peanut, Pepper, Potato, ! * Put R in the bank  :     Hill District called on Mrs. who recently sold their home East Topsham ch " ". ---- -- -- --"------| II  , ,  - .,- Rutland, left E. Corinth last P,wland and Li] 1 Radish, Sals,fy, Shallot, Sorrel, Squash, n i 'f'tl' = n  i ;1 . here to Mrs. Carl King of Mr andMrslGeorl! =-,Taro, Tomato, Turnip, Yam | [ :1 = '- i Tuesday to go to Sooth are being honore Carolina to visit Dot's brother, Open House celebr ; ..... n o. i , Eugene Levitt. Mrs. Kingisa 50th wedding anni | -,,,- n i $[ m oft, village.Sister of Mrs. Alfred McLam E.the HutchinOncorinth corVe I  S,ate " Z!p  I  .f;l   I  i, The Women's Fellowship Churchfrom2-hP.' '" :  held its annual work meeting 27. All are welcome. i . ! r|,t|[]:, !  | SEVENTH%EAY--AII.eve.thgrader , 10 where three quilts were __.,,f tied. The hostesses, Mrs. sNTstrR:ITc. ") 1 I ' " I i a. preparing for their one-act play to be preeWlat  Helen Brock and Mrs. Beth P , , ,.......,.,.-.,..--,,..- the high school on Nov. 19. Shown above are (l-r): Thompson served dessert and with leather from | Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I Barbara Tucker, Christine Shauger, and James lii beverage at noon to ac- wallets, .key_CS . . . ! Herriek. ! company the sandwich each poczetmmzs a- WIN AT BINGO  person present brought with cmmng. 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"'ThcOvcrnighlWondcr7 [ , . will be drawn until a win er s f . IL 3 l:Wg2[t.lll.t.( ! Name , .. plays presented by - i. .," purchase necessary. TRY YOUR LUCK.  Address students at Oxbow High ,..,d n,., .,., r,,,,,,, '  [ i City__ _ _--  _State__ Zip School on Nov. 19, d.c,i,,. | The Anner w be announced e following week in the Journal Oplon mmimBJ AIIow3to4weeksfordivery. Money back guarantee, beghmingatT:00p.m. "'t" .... ' .... s: ""- ............ Im aim ii animiaim i i iimm i i mmia msiaimmmmiialiii Page 6-The Journal Opinion.November 17, 1982 N FAIR00 '" " John Tracy, delegate from weekend at Syracuse the Vermont Firefighter's University, Syracuse, N.Y., on Association was a guest of the Nay. 6-7. Their son Geoffrey is Fairlee Fire Department at their November meeting on Thursday evening. Mrs. Dorothy Dooley, Mrs. Evelyn Fletcher, and Mrs. a freshman there. They visited their son Gilbert, who is a student at RPI in Troy. There must he some fine jumpers at the Elementary Ruth McCarty attended the School as they earned $982 for World Community Day Jump Rope for Heart Fund. meeting Friday, Nov. 5 at Our The top jumper was Michelle Lady of Perpetual Help in Stone who turned in over $450. 'Bradford. A delicious tea was The highest-ranking team, served, consisting of Michelle Stone, Doris Bradish and Patricia Jeanette Champagne, Jerry Fay, of Long Island, N.Y., Fowler and Yvonne Stone spent several days with Mr. earned just under $600. and Mrs. Steven Belles and Everyone who jumped family recently, received a certificate stating Leland Chapman, Mr. and they had participated. Anyone Mrs. Thoman Wilcox, David who earned over $25.00 Piper, and Herman Piper received a tee shirt and hat. have been turkey hunting in The top group received duffle the Pawlet area. David was hags. Three cheers for these lucky with two and Herman youngfolksl with one. Dr. and Mrs. James Watt Mrs. Ellen Bagley and Mrs. have returned from visiting David Colby visited friends in their eldest daughter and Douglas, Mass., Nov. 6 and 7. family, the Ors. Lennox and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Frances Baker and daughters, Varney attended parent's Sarah, Margaret, and Carol, Mrs, Esther Johnson WELL I[VER 333-9704 in Norfolk, Va. A long Wells River weekend was spent at the CougregationalChurch Baker's Ski Lodge in Win- Sharon Wilson, Director of tergreen, Va., just off the Blue Volunteer Services, of the Ridge Highway. While there, Waterbury State Hospital Mrs. Watt celebrated her 75th gave an interesting and in- birthday, formative presentation at the Mr. and Mrs. Milton White, October meeting of the of Bradford, and Mr. and Mrs. Women's Fellowship at the Keith Farnham, of Natick, Wells River Congregational Mass. have returned from a Church. The Holiday Fair was motor-home trip through the a huge success on Nov. 6. west. They were accompanied Chairman for the event was by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madeline Eastman. These in Shumway and Mr. and Mrs. charge of the attractive tables Paul Leclair, of Marlboro, were: Louise Rowden, Agnes Mass. They visited Phoenix Bailey, Mary Dole, Mary and the Grand Canyon, Ariz., Rowe, Jeanette Masten, Bryce Canyon and Zion Martha White, Esther Hin- National Park, Utah and Las man, and Dorothy Davidson. Vegas, Nevada. The annual "Apple Sunday The Harvey C. Oliver Post Service" was held on Oct. 24. No. 8504 hosted a district The Advent Workshop will be meeting of the V.F.W. Oct. 31. Montpelier, Wells River, assistant state coordinator for Barre, and Randolph were the Safety Driver among the posts represented. Improvement Program in Mrs. Hazel Flanders, past Vermont has received official president of the Vermont notice from Washington that Teacher's Association and, for she has been appointed state the past two years, an coordinator. Beth Nelson PIERMONT ' '" 757-3429 Veterans Day of his memories of convoy and prepared the turkeys for core and find held Nov. 28. On Friday night Nov. 12, the responsibility in seeking out the showing, smelled just Sunday School has begun Piermont Historical Society German submarines. The VlPs The fifth and with Glenda Emery joining gave three of our veterans a observations of these three Volunteers in Piermont (the have a bulletin the staff as primary teacher, place to speak of their represented the 56 who served school support group) had a made up of their There will be a Community memories of World War II; in World War II from Pier- successful car wash at Stop terrestrial Thanksgiving service on Nov. the friends and enemies who merit and all these of other and Save on Saturday Nov. 6. students 24 at the St. Luke's Episcopal lived and died and their hopes wars. A tape recording was This was followed with a on them. A lot Church in Woodsville with the and fears for the future, made and is available at the meeting on Monday. are going to Rev. Mark Demers of the Bill Simpson, program library. Basketball uniforms were various Croton Methodist Church as chairman, dedicated the Christmas Bazaar designated as a first use for from Mrs. speaker, Mary Rowe will evening as a tribute to all The Women's Fellowship the money raised, musicians receiV direct a combined choir, veterans.., those who died, held their annual Christmas Individually volunteers are instruments this Blue Mountain who live in our veterans Bazaar at the town hall this involved or preparing to be The seventh Union School hospitals and the disabled. Saturday. Chairman Kay involved in a number of school graders are Parent-teacher conferences Reverend Robb's sharing of Wescott wished to thank all activities. Please contact prints in art were held last week at Blue thoughts defined the past and those who contributed to its Principal Skip Barrett if you coming Mountain on Thursday and eloquent prayer presented the success. Her appreciation was have any questions or wish to The Friday. A Christmas Bazaar, hope that all men can become for all these who donated he involved, started to make Book Fair, a table alerting armies of peace. Bill Stimpsun items, those who worked that PiermontViliage Christmas presenU parents to the PIC then spoke of the training that day and those who came and School News tell you any Organization, an FFA Display makes a civilian a soldier, the bought. The money raised by Reporters-- Susan Belyea we would be by Mrs. Moody and her Ag death, hatred, and anger that the Fellowship is used in the JessicaJoCoburn secrets! Class, and a student Art makes a soldier a veteran, and church and throughout the Tracy Mouahan Susan Belyca is Display were also presented in the difficulty of building a life community when needs arise. Grades one through four had grader who plays the BMUS hallway at this afterward. 4-H a fantastic time at the Man- very well. Jessica time. Coffee and doughnuts Charles Morrill spoke of his On Thursday 4-H boys and tshire Museum this past is new to our and gingerbread were also involvement in the Battle of girls under the leadership of Tuesday. They saw a dinosaur collects "Smurfs" served in the library where the Bulge. He saw the Bruce Stevens and Jane movie and they learned how to also just got a many gathered, destruction of German cities Slayton climbed Bradford's make fossils out of el,, ,rt, ov Tracy Monahan News Briefs and spoke of the crime that is Wright's Mountain. The trip also looked at the tree'exhibit grader and the Mrs. Virginia McLean was war. He also spoke of the irony was part of the Outdoor and found out which trees the school store. seated in office Monday night that the countries we defeated Awareness activity that is insects like. Students were horseback riding. as vice grand of the I.O.O.F. were rebuilt by us to become being offered this year. surprised to smell one tree lodge at Laconia, N.H. She is our economic rivals. Elwin The Cloverbloom 4-H Club the daughter of the late Edna Bonett, a naval veteran spoke had its organizational meeting Cushing of this town. this past Saturday. A slate of N. HAVEHILL '""' Marceila Hoffman senior and junior officers was Congratulations to Roe Moulton of WWOITH 764-5795 elected. Seniors are President McVanolds, recipient of the Maine and Arising about midnight Naegaeli, who arrived last Sarah French, Vice President Mary Lee Ware trophy, spikehorn buck. Saturday to take care of her Sunday has been a student at Cathy Coulter, and Susan presented by the Putnam got a doe in New cat, Sherry King saw flames Wagner College where she is Wescott Secretary-Treasurer. Agricultural Foundation, for Twleve met streaming from the office of interested in Experiments in Juniors are President Amy distinguished service to Haverhill Senior King's Lumber Co., on Buffalo International Living. She will Winot, Vice President Alice agriculture and rural cam- Nov. 8 at the Road. The local firemen remain here until Nov. 21. She Wllkins, and Susan Belyea munitylife, the program Edith assisted by men from Warren wants to perfect her English Secretary-Treasurer. The Jeff Page of No. Haverhill, a slide-cassette and Rumney were able to as her ambition is to be a girls made activity selections Nancy HehreofHaverhill, and covering Alaska confine the blaze to the office translator, among sewing, cooking, arts Richard Rice of Bath have Luray Caverns, and garage. They saved two Helen Brown is con- and crafts, crocheting, and returned from Louisville, Ky., Conery, Clyde filing cabinets and a few valescing after surgery at outdoor awareness, where they participated inthe were minor articles. A computer Cottage Hospital. Abigail and Ai Metcalf NationalDairy Quiz Bowl. We hear that was lost. A number of the men Mrs. Oscar Kepler of attended the state turkey Karolee Henson's family, berlain is pretty remained until daylight. The Meredith was the guest of her competition in Belmont on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haupt, getting his cause of the fire is thought to brother, George Evers, over Saturday. Abigail took first KristieandKevinoRandolph doe. have been of an electrical the weekend, place at the heginnerlevel. Ai spent Sunday Nov. 7 with the Ollie and Doris nature. Ruth and Andrew Sergeant received a blue ribbon in the Everett Hensons to help Rick Durham, Ct., spent Miss Nan Butra, a candidate and son Andy of Claremont experienced class. Both observe his birthday. Everett with Doug for the position of minister at spent several days this week winners had raised, dressed and Rick also oined Bob the Wentworth with George and Pare Cure- Congregational Church, will mings. .... preach there Sunday morning Kevin Brown celebrated his Threshold Instil Ne Nov. 21. on Monday evening first birthday with a party at ue ws  church members will meet to the home of his grandparents, vote onherappointment. Velma and Alfred Brown. W. CORINTH: It is with public for the analysis of The notice about Family Night, a cooperative Helping with the festivities unparalleled pleasure that we phenomenon. Anyone who has Channel 5 venture by the Webster were Diane, Joyce, and announce the syndication of had a particularly intriguing landed on Lezure Library and the town parents, Dennis Hudson; Kim, Kent the West Corinth news. The Threshold experience may visit with PUPPET WORKSHOP--Bob Hlggtns conducted a week. This program was sponsored by the Orange is proving popular. On Family and KevinBrown. column has been received send it to us c-o Eleanor puppet workshop for Newlmry Elementary School last East Arts Program. night various films are shown Ten deer were taken this with such enthusiasm by avid Burroughs, and it will he fully East from seven 'til nine at the week in the area. Registered JO readers, that we have analyzed inthiscolumn, have been in this vestry of the Congregational at Bud's Country Store are: a decided to make it available to This has been a quiet week since the llmmlUmlllmmmnllmmimlliBllmllllllllmmllll Church. This week, the films 5-point 113 lb. buck by John weekly newspapers nation- in West Corinth. With to West Corinth i The: wr)RD SE'E"T] I to be shown are: The Wyeth Conrad of Pike ; a h-point187 wide. darkness coming shortly after Corinth, though i Phenomenon, You're Darned lb. buck by RichardSoeinch of Initial response has been lunch, as it now does, we are they are in neithe[ Tootin, and one other surprise Nashua; an 8 pt. 169 lb. buck slow, but there have been spending more time indoors the inaccuracy, ur k ! film. by George Westcoat of inquiries from the Biloxi and looking toward the skies It hascometoo Weekly Shopper, The for the winds of change. Snow that village resideP iillnia/ Iqlll - -III LII I l/lmUml i0000ame ! Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wright Manchester; a 531b. dooby Ottumwa Twinstate Mall flurries so far have appeared, G. Perdueis the.aU have returned from a six-week Randy Silverberg of West- News, and the Paramus but not amounted to much. We new book entitled TM i v n WOIID SEEK u i friendsVaCatin andtriP" relativesTheY visitedin hernbyminster'Mass'; a 1181b. spikeTed NutterofOrford; Pennysaver. We hope soon have been blessed with a Aesthetic Rational l _ - Helen Brock I traveled through the mid-west of Salem, Conn.; a 7 pt. buck papers "welcome to the Preparations are underway Carlton Press in l VOgeUIblB$ LAST WEEK'S WINNER I Gloversville, N.Y. and then a 76 lb. buck by Ralph Timpe be saying to these and oth warm fall. published recentlY With this announcement, we promises to be the bright spot The book is a st m R H A Q A E V I D N E 0 V P 0 0 W E N X i East Corinth, Vt : as far south as Texas, by Richard Pescinsky of Thholdlnstitute." for Thanksgiving, which City. "v U E S F O O W I " 1 Louisiana, Alabama and Franklin; an Spt. 1531b. buck feel it only appropriate to in an otherwise grey classical philosOl I p 3" N S R A P B H O T C 3" L R A G T ]1 mn Florida before returning home by Wayne Forrest of Warren; reveal a few never-before November. Many of the ancient Greece, '= E R F X C S A L S 3" F Y N H P L L M I [[ to Wentworth. a 5pt. 117 lb. buck byLeland published details of the in- critical detailsoftheday, such Persia as they in t Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Smith Reed, Rumney; and a 6 pt. 115 stitute. Nestled in the foothills as where we will eat and what role of women iv A H R A N 3" J U X D A F V Q C E Id E II _--,at J,. ...,, 11118'1][ I and Violet Washburn had lb. buck by Steven Spencer of of West Corinth, itisasmall will be served are heing left to According to a P. I N C Z S R D L H U M O Z G L E W P Y  w[a] [lli f,#'-" [] supper with Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Rumney. institute, but there are those the last minute to allow for a note, "It is the 11 I u A P P o T D 0 N W L H C K L V S C [ "- . _4= ml I' irr --- Hobbs Saturday night. Registered at Miller's wholoveit, lt was founded as genuine element of surprise, credible original Mr. and Mrs. George General Store in Rumney is a a means to study those Lena Corti of Cassville has religion of love, w 1 T N Q A C K 3" N C A B B A G E L H P II il wttn q,00,.vv n Cummings have as their guest Opt. 1751b. buck by Richard rarefied phenomenon that not visited this month, reason. Itisafemir i M I B R V K W C I C X R Y G R U A A-" 1.Iv - [] Miss Regina Naegaeli of Rio Borger of Wentworth. de Janeiro, Brazil. Miss consciousness. They are most Corinth hasn't either, and advocates a P I J P E A P C H A H E O K R A Y O L R[[  I hover beyond the reach of Rebecca Stanley of East that argues wane i H S Q G Q L S R .J 0 V R H D B T L S []  '- A    1 often encountered during the Anniek Leymarie has spent functional, peace _ S B 3" U L W A R Q J K L B S X A O Lu ]I/' 1  I moments when we are falling much of her free time away ordered world in wl [[ I Y X S E T U O C N A E B G O bl T E i []  , U,   - asleep and waking up. Long from her teaching job at live as whole h u i ' i D B A H R G Q T D 3- E N Y /I T O H Y I & = .,f I havepique, thesethe intellectPehnmennof the FreeOxboWwi]linsulatingchurch.thesheWallScom- of harians."and not like beas ..   K A R  S P T T C T K T  T T, P Hn :-_ =-- --' ''--" UU  j& @ worlds collective un- pletedthejobltstweekend. Perdue, the  [[ R O N T O N K A V G E I" F E T S F R m _ _ I  conscious. And long havethey The editors of the news Edward Perdue, w succeeded in evading suc-cooperative would like to Atchison, Kan.sas n v s K E S E C U Z Z E L a S O R A U * Donate it to pour church _u ......  cessfuimalysis, correct a small error from the was rained _m,,._ n B H 3- R G 0 C 3- F Z R E P E P I * Or the Cucumber Fund II  00ii:= The institute is oven to the town news of two weeks ago. vermont, andtmn mM U S T A R D J T P I N R U T Y U Am -- I"* II II I . Buy a presem i [] Answer,: Artichoke, Asparagus, Bean, Beet, i * Buy school supplies i . ,.. '  : Broccoli, Cob.i.e, Carrot, Cole[y, Ch,ve, 1 , You can buy a meal i ,: ,::if/ --:: " E. COB]N]'H . .. s ' :  !:. '.i e r. JIll]rib Mrs. Amy Barnes of Barre Alice Hood and Miss Everdene Have a Good D UCorn Cress Endtve, Garlnc, Kale, lOOK, l "" " " :L  fi'  who has been visiting Mrs. Hood Thursday afternoon. , calendar inserts, is l Lentil, Lettuce, Mustard, Okra, Onion, Pars- i "k XOU can o_uv.a p.lzza i  ' J :  Nellie Flanders in the Pike Mr. and Mrs. Jack Butler month at the Zast ( I Icy, Parsnio, Pea, Peanut, Pepper, Potato, ! * Put R in the bank  :     Hill District called on Mrs. who recently sold their home East Topsham ch " ". ---- -- -- --"------| II  , ,  - .,- Rutland, left E. Corinth last P,wland and Li] 1 Radish, Sals,fy, Shallot, Sorrel, Squash, n i 'f'tl' = n  i ;1 . here to Mrs. Carl King of Mr andMrslGeorl! =-,Taro, Tomato, Turnip, Yam | [ :1 = '- i Tuesday to go to Sooth are being honore Carolina to visit Dot's brother, Open House celebr ; ..... n o. i , Eugene Levitt. Mrs. Kingisa 50th wedding anni | -,,,- n i $[ m oft, village.Sister of Mrs. Alfred McLam E.the HutchinOncorinth corVe I  S,ate " Z!p  I  .f;l   I  i, The Women's Fellowship Churchfrom2-hP.' '" :  held its annual work meeting 27. All are welcome. i . ! r|,t|[]:, !  | SEVENTH%EAY--AII.eve.thgrader , 10 where three quilts were __.,,f tied. The hostesses, Mrs. sNTstrR:ITc. ") 1 I ' " I i a. preparing for their one-act play to be preeWlat  Helen Brock and Mrs. Beth P , , ,.......,.,.-.,..--,,..- the high school on Nov. 19. Shown above are (l-r): Thompson served dessert and with leather from | Weekly prizes of $5.00 awarded to the I Barbara Tucker, Christine Shauger, and James lii beverage at noon to ac- wallets, .key_CS . . . ! Herriek. ! company the sandwich each poczetmmzs a- WIN AT BINGO  person present brought with cmmng. I lucky w00nner each week and a monthly pnze I ; The steeple lighting of the oIToTI Savmfls Bond awarded to a lucky .l church this week is given in "No bird"soars t of $50.00 a  memory of Priscilla Corliss by be s with It isn't luck that makes people constant winnem at Bin0o, !i her friend, Mrs. Gwendolyn wi-'-s " . , . U it is knowing how to play, when to play, and what cards to  Kirby. = " Wllll I contestant even nf you dndn t the weekly pnze. I choose. WE KNOW-- and will share our knoedge w"h you. Buy AT BINGO" book and share our , .. n i secrets. Become a winner at lasfl  : I RULES "-' - n Send $5.95 plus $1.50 for postage and handling to: : Forcons00pa00m.rel00.fto.n0000, ! page and mail it to the Journal Opinion, P.O. I Order NOW and r ,eceive FREE the premier issue  the ONE-ACT LYS - m tt roach for EX lAX tonig Box 378, lradford, Vt. 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